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ParadisecityXO, the edits you did regarding the antagonist classification reflect a rather personal view and the FFWiki tries to keep the antagonists and such 'common', or in other words 'defined'. For FFVIII, you could write that "this person can be considered an antagonist for disc X", but it is commonly adopted that Ultimecia is the main antagonist of FFVIII, and she used Edea, Seifer, and to some extent Adel to fullfill her dream. As per Jecht: he has little role in being the antagonist: the only reason he was chosen as an antagonist representing FFX in the original Dissidia was it he was more connected with the main antagonist of that game, Tidus, nothing more really. As per the main antagonist for FFX, it's actually not that easy to define the main antagonist despite Seymour's ambitions to destroy the world just so it can be healed. If you want to talk about it more, please don't refrain. There are others on the Wiki that will certainly help you along me.—Kaimi (999,999 CP/5 TP) 20:40, May 5, 2013 (UTC)
I labeled Sin as the main antagonist of FF10 (because he's basically what Yuna's pilgrimage revolves around), yet it got changed back to "major antagonist" by some guy
- And because Seymour plans to use Sin as his own vessel, he in sorts becomes more of the primary antagonist. Oh, if you could pop four tildes at the end of your posts, then your username and timestammp will appear; this is how we know who posted what. Tia-Lewise 09:37, May 13, 2013 (UTC)
Basically it would make more sense because Sin is the entity of evil that the pilgrimage of FF10 revolves around. Who's the main antagonist then? Is it Jecht? Because Seymour is basically is FF10 what Seifer was to FF8, a recurring but major antagonist. And it can't be Yu Yevon because he doesn't know what he's doing.
- It would seem that you haven't played the game carefully: Seymour killed his father so he could take his place as a maester of Yevon. As a maester of Yevon he could easily manipulate populace. Then he chose Yuna as his object of manipulation due to being similar in some ways to him, and knowing that she will do anything to easen the suffering of Spirans even if it means throwing away her own happiness. Sin is just a being with a simple goal: to prevent technology spread which 'malfunctions' and only destroys. Yu Yevon is simply an entity with mind lost; read his article. Jecht is a 'tricky' person: well, he's an imaginary person who existed only in Dream Zanarkand, and in Spira he has strangely a corporeal form, yet he could be used as a fayth for Braska's final summoning ritual. And well, Jecht along with Tidus are there to contrast the relationship between Braska and Yuna and show how in each 'era' family had different value; hmm...this sentence doesn't really well describe Jecht's role in the story to give him accurate antagonism classification.—Kaimi (999,999 CP/5 TP) 20:25, May 22, 2013 (UTC)
Actually I been playing the game for weeks now; Seymour is a major villain (like Yunalesca) but I wouldn't say the main one. I would think of Jecht as the reluctant main antagonist (given his role in Dissidia & all, as well as Titus' connection with him and desire to get even for all the emotional abuse in his childhood).